In the Phyllis Whitten compilation on Samuel Fogg, I find this on page 108
185. ENOCH-5 (SAMUEL-4, DANIEL-3-2, SAMUEL-1) b. May 28,1746, Scarboro, Me.; d. Sept.28,1827; m.lst, June 4,1772, Newington, N.H., Mrs. Louise (Lois) Nutter of Newington who died Sept.18, 1778. m.2nd, Sept.11,1779, Joanna Staples, b. 1744, d. Sept.18,1828, age 84, dau. of William and Elizabeth (Jonesj Staples, dau. of John Jones.
Enoch settled in Mew Gloucester, Me. He was Selectman in 1778,1780,1781; Collector and Constable in 1782; Constable in 1797. Sept.27,1774 he was called upon to inspect the people to see that they obeyed Congress and did not use British goods.
492. ELIZABETH-6 b. Mar.17,1773; m. New Gloucestef,Me.*,3/19/1735 Chas.Bearce
I can clearly go backwards on the Fogg line if you so wish